verb: To one-up. Usually unknowingly. As if one is in a one-upping coma.
origin: from the Spanish 'muy', meaning 'very', or 'more'; and 'lanzar', meaning 'to throw'. To throw more.
A. "That burrito from Chipotle was delicious."
B. "I had two Chipotle burritos for lunch."
A. "Cool. Did you pick up some beer for tonight?"
B. "My burrito had extra rice, too."
A. "Did I just get moylan'd?"
B. "Plus I had the guac. It's extra."